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  • Daily Wrap of Match Action on 17 January 2016

    Date published: 17 January 2016 by Ryan Roberts

    Daily Wrap of Match Action on 17 January 2016

    For the day at Manenberg football fields we were treated to goalkeeper heroics in the days’ penalty shootout, Masidlale brushing aside their opposition and a "squeaky bum" tie between Greenhaven Spurs and Trinitarians.

    Grassy Park United’s goalkeeper ensured their qualification for the next round of fixtures with a top draw final save in their penalty shootout against Elsies River. They were however also aided by some poor penalties from the Elsies River outfit who struggled to hit the target from 12 yards out. This once again showed a penalty shootout is much more a case of skill and composure than blind like as many armchair critics also profess.

    Belhar Spurs and Greenhaven Spurs beat Sporting United and Trinitarians respectively 1-0 on aggregate. The matches between the two were hard fought encounters on what turned out to be a scorcher of a day.

    Central FC turned up and made light work of their opponents, Kraaifontein City, trouncing them by 5 goals.

    Mitchell’s Plain representatives Woodlands United shrugged off another club used to going far in Metropolitan Premier Cup competition, they scored 3 goals to Riverside Rangers 1.

    Here is the full list of aggregate results for the days’ action, teams mentioned first qualify for the next round.

    Central FC 5 – 0 Kraaifontein City

    Grassy Park 1(4) – 1(2) Elsies River FC

    Silver Spurs 2 – 0 United FC

    Fish Hoek AFC 4 – 2 Bishop Lavis

    Greenhaven Spurs 1 – 0 Trinitarians

    Belhar Spurs 1 – 0 Sporting United (MET)

    Woodlands United 3 – 1 Riverside Rangers

    Masidlale 7 – 1 FC Porto

    Two Oceans Academy 2 – 1 United Aces

    Gleneagles 2 – 0 DG Orient

    Avendale Athletico 6 – 0 Bellstar FC

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